Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate hon Raila Odinga is today Currently meeting with former former Nakuru county governor hon Lee Kinyanjui, Kanini Kega, and Suna East member of parliament Hon Junet Mohamed.
The source has not revealed where the meeting is being conducted but it has shared the azimio principal posing for group photo.
This comes after the supreme court started a pre-trial hearing in the presidential petition which was filed by Azimio la Umoja and after the court directed recount of elections in some counties.
The meeting of Raila with other Azimio principals has left people guess whether they are arranging how they will supervise the exercise of recount of votes.
This also comes after the azimio bagged wins in five of eight places in which the election was postponed. Now the azimio takes control of the majority in parliament.
Maybe the meeting was about how they will elect national speaker of the house. Please let's wait and hear what the meeting was. But keep following me.
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